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Definition of "nithing" [nith•ing]

  • A coward, dastard, wretch (noun)

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Use "nithing" in a sentence
  • "I have called her nithing and put her from my mind. '"
  • "It is not likely that this selfish and unwarlike pedant -- a "nithing", as they probably called him -- had ever been aught but a most unwelcome necessity to the lion-hearted Ostrogoths, and for all but the families and friends of the three slain noblemen, the imprisonment and the permitted murder of his benefactress must have deepened dislike into horror."
  • "Do you think Jeff Jacoby is a Nazi nithing or a Holocaust denier?"
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